Posted July 07, 2013 on louisville.scout.com
Montrezl Harrell won a national championship in April and is now a gold medalist. The University of Louisville sophomore forward helped the U.S. team won the FIBA 19-Under World Championship on Sunday in the Czech Republic.
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